Adding Perfection to Your Lawn
Lawn aeration helps prevent or eliminate “thatch” problems. Thatch is a layer of organic matter consisting of living and dead roots, crowns, and lower shoots located between the soil surface and the green grass blades. The aeration process breaks up the thatch layer allowing water, air, and fertilizer to reach the lawn’s root system.
Lawn aeration reduces soil compaction, which improves water and nutrient uptake, giving your grass plenty of food, water, and space to grow and thrive. It limits water, nutrient, and oxygen absorption and prevents grass from developing deep roots.
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